Abigail Breslin gets in on the photo booth fun with Lily Lane inside the Look Into Your Future With Benefit Cosmetics and BaubleBar event in New York City on Tuesday night (February 3).
The 18-year-old actress stopped by the event which launched the new Benefit x BaubleBar kits, which are now available online and in stores.
Both brands teamed up to create a line of Flawless Fortunes gift boxes, all which include one of the BaubleBar’s accessories with one or two complementing Benefit beauty essentials. You can choose from “Sparkle, Shine & All Things Fine,” “Real Romance & A Rosy Future” and “Love, Luck & Long Lashes”.
All of the packages also feature Benefit beauty genie Simone, who dishes out cheeky advice on the boxes.
The 18-year-old actress/singer got a bit of backlash after releasing a song called “You Suck,” which was presumably about the boy bander.
“You know, the song is about a bunch of different people that I’ve known…it’s not about one person in particular,” Abigail recently told HuffPo Live.
She added, “I learned that boy bands have a very, very strong, avid following. They’re very passionate. It’s good that they’re passionate about something. Obviously you can’t release a song called ‘You Suck’ that references certain things and not expect a backlash to some degree.”
As for her relationship with Michael, Abigail said, “No, we never dated. We literally hung out twice. He got me tickets to a One Direction show and we went to dinner and that’s it.”
The 18-year-old actress received some backlash after tweeting, “Cuz darling I’m a nightmare dressed like an emotionally unstable cat lady,” referring to Taylor‘s hit song “Blank Space,” which she has now clarified.
“What’s so crazy, I think that everybody that follows me on Twitter knows that I just got surprised with a kitten, a baby kitten, like a week ago, by my family,” Abigail told HuffPost Live. “I was walking in my apartment, and I stopped in front of my mirror, and I had my hair in a topknot, and my glasses on, and no makeup on and a bathrobe on, with my cat and like a handful of its food, trying to give it medicine. I was like ‘wow my life, I look like an emotionally unstable cat lady.’”
Abigail added, “That song is amazing. Everybody loves that song. Why would I be insulting it? Like, it was just so bizarre. Taylor, I have no beef with you.”